Pattaya Daily News

11 April 2010 :: 15:04:07 pm 17987

Pattaya Police Arrest Young Gang Members and Confiscate Firearms

Pattaya Police and their task force raid Pachajeen Village, making arrests of young gang members in a bid to dampen the crime rate during the Sonkran Festivities.
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Pattaya, 10th April 2010 [Pattaya Daily News] Police Colonel Theeraphon Jindaluang, Chon Buri Police Deputy Superintendent, Police Colonel Somnuk Janket, Banglamung Police Superintendent, and Police Colonel Nanthawut Suwanla-orng, Pattaya Police Superintendent, along with their task force, conducted a raid at the Pachajeen Village, Moo2, Naklua, Banglamung, Chon Buri, under the orders of Police Lieutenant General Thanet Phingnammueng, Chon Buri Police Superintendent.

This was in order to clamp down on the gangs of youths who live in the village, who create fear and havoc wherever they went. It was also to prevent and lower the crime rate during the Songkran Festival.

 

During this operation, the officers surrounded and blockaded the village before raiding it, finding a .38 revolver, a .32 revolver along with various caliber of bullets which were collected as evidence. Three suspects, two male and one female were arrested in connection with the arms.

In addition to this, a further six male were arrested, when one was found to be in possession of Yabba while another five were users. All suspects have been held at the station for further judicial procedure

 

Note:

Approximately two years ago, a gang leader name ‘Tao Pachajeen’ had been gunned down near the Banglamung Police station whilst riding his motorbike with his girlfriend. Rumor has it that he was killed by the police. His death has made him an icon with the youths in the village praising him as their hero, with most of them being related or living in the village. It is said that this village has a high crime rate within the youth community.

Reporter : Wirraphun   Photo : Wirraphun   Category : Community News

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